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In the middle of a phone interview with former Navajo Times reporter Chee Brossy, he interrupted to ask this reporter if she was walking to her car.

Photographer awarded for life’s work with Navajo Code Talkers

Famliy of 4-H’ers doesn’t mind early hours, caring for animals

The heavy winds kicking up the sand at Red Rock Park had calmed down in time for Ashley Reine Claw to be crowned the 2018-19 Miss Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial queen.

When Monica Nuvamsa first ventured away from her home in northeastern Arizona at age 17, she had her sights on new worlds to explore.

How far would you go in the war against childhood cancer? Would you shave off all your beautiful Native hair?

Child of accident victim, a princess today, hosts giveaway

Rhonda Tree Mangan’s big break into mainstream modeling came 25 years after catching the modeling bug.

Diné travels to Palestine to see situation for herself

Everyone remembers Annie Wauneka and what she meant to the Navajo people. But Mae Chee Castillo is only a distant memory to most.